Pamela Thomson-Hall (pictured), who has been with Willis Towers Watson for nearly two decades, has a new dual role at the brokerage giant.
The company veteran has been appointed not only as head of the Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa (CEEMEA) region but also as CEEMEA head of corporate risk and broking. She takes on the positions in London effective immediately.
Thomson-Hall, who most recently served as managing director for international, is now in charge of driving business growth across the region, as well as setting strategic and operational direction for Willis Towers Watson’s network of risk advisory and broking businesses in CEEMEA.
“Having worked for many years at Willis Towers Watson across this broad geographical area, with our extensive African footprint and insurance distribution network, I am delighted to be leading this extraordinary team of dynamic and experienced colleagues in the delivery of our combined value proposition to our local and multinational clients,” she said.
Adam Garrard, head of international at Willis Towers Watson, described the CEEMEA head as “a proven leader who brings dynamism, global experience, and strategic vision to this diverse and complex region.”